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Breakfast seminars and workshops

CORE breakfast seminars and workshops provide a bite-sized piece of professional learning to kick start your day.

CORE Breakfast

Coming breakfast seminars and workshops

Christchurch
Seminar
11 August 2015

In recent years there have been exciting developments in what we know about effective learning practice, including increased calls for a more inclusive approach to learning than we have seen in the past. From competency-rich curriculum to inclusive learning enabled by digital technologies, the time is right to consider what, how and why your school could transform its approach to learning to benefit all, not just some, of the students. Using CORE’s 10 Trends for 2015 as a backdrop, this session will provide a space to explore these ideas. Come prepared to reimagine learning in ways that put your students front and centre.

Note this is a breakfast seminar only. No workshop will be held.

Dunedin
Seminar and workshop
12 August 2015

This session will explore some strategies teachers can use to empower Pasifika students to personalise their learning using modern learning pedagogies such as digital e-tools as a way of strengthening engagement and achievement.

Hamilton
Seminar and workshop
13 August 2015

In this breakfast seminar you will be introduced to a framework for developing a future-focused literacy programme. It will focus in particular on critical literacy, or how to support students to be text analysts. When students engage in critical literacy practices they do not take texts at face value.

Auckland
Seminar and workshop
14 August 2015

This session will cover both the basic outline of the model itself and share examples of the many ways and settings the Mana Potential model has been used to effect positive behaviour change for students.

Wellington
Seminar and workshop
14 August 2015

In recent years there have been exciting developments in what we know about effective learning practice, including increased calls for a more inclusive approach to learning than we have seen in the past. From competency-rich curriculum to inclusive learning enabled by digital technologies, the time is right to consider what, how and why your school could transform its approach to learning to benefit all, not just some, of the students. Using CORE’s 10 Trends for 2015 as a backdrop, this session will provide a space to explore these ideas. Come prepared to reimagine learning in ways that put your students front and centre.